(Nashville, Tenn. – November 20, 2013) – Streamsound recording artist Jaida Dreyer will have another song featured in the hit television series, Nashville, airing on Nov. 20. The song, “Dreams,” will be performed by Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere). Dreyer is no stranger to the music of Nashville, as her track, “This Town,” was featured on the show in late October. “Dreams,” is a haunting ballad of the ongoing struggle many artists face as they achieve their dreams of fame in Music City. “Dreams,” is now available on iTunes here. About Jaida Dreyer: Jaida Dreyer’s debut album, I Am Jaida Dreyer, is produced by Grammy award-winning producer Byron Gallimore (Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Sugarland), and is now available at iTunes and other major digital retailers. The album features a special guest appearance by Sugarland’s Kristian Bush on the track “Boy Who Cried Love,” who co-wrote the song with her. A talented songwriter in her own right, Jaida was involved in writing or co-writing all of the songs on her debut release. Signed to Streamsound Records, Dreyer is focusing her time on writing and recording new music. For more information on Jaida, and to check out live performances from her radio tour, visit www.JaidaDreyer.com and follow her on Twitter and Facebook.
Jaida Dreyer Releases Lyric Video for Moving New Single Half Broke Horses. Jaida Dreyer‘s current single, “Half Broke Horses,” from her debut album I Am Jaida Dreyer is a powerful, personal and poignant song. Dreyer has an amazing voice, and a whole lot of writing talent…a surefire combo…and I have no doubt that she is headed for success. The video below is the recently released lyric video for the single, and if you haven’t heard this song yet, I suggest you check it out now. Don’t forget to comment to let us know what you think of Jaida, and be sure to find her on Twitter: @JaidaDreyer. Watch: Jaida Dreyer “Half Broke Horses” Lyric Video.
Interview: Jaida Dreyer Discusses Her Upcoming Debut Album, Songwriting Process, What’s Next and More! Jaida Dreyer has the kind of voice that makes you stop what you’re doing and listen. Recently, I had the chance to chat with this talented country singer/songwriter, and she is just as compelling when she isn’t singing! Her latest single, “Half Broke Horses,” is a powerful and personal tune that hits radio this month, and will no doubt have country fans wanting to get to know Dreyer better. Check out the interview below, and be sure to keep your eyes and ears open for this gal on the rise! You’re a songwriter as well as a singer. Tell us a little bit about your writing process. I’ve always had quite the imagination. I used to write elaborate stories in elementary school. As things got more interesting, and I had my ups and downs my stories became poems and then my poems became songs…Before I moved to Nashville, I’d never done any co-writing, and I quickly learned that Nashville is a very co-writing oriented town, and I learned that that’s a good thing. Someone might look at your idea a little differently than you did. I try to make time to write by myself most days, took work out my brain. You know its a muscle, and I never want to lose the ability to write a song on my own. Do you typically pull from personal experience? Where else do you find inspiration? On this first record, especially that song, I drew a lot from my life. It makes it a lot easier sing…maybe not easier to write about, though (laughs)…I also get my inspiration from a lot of other different places, catch phrases, headlines, other people’s lives…I was very very proud of this song [“Half Broke Horses”], but I was afraid to play it for my Mom. She’s my biggest fan, but she’s also my biggest critic. That was our life I was writing about. When you put those things out there for people to know…things that are so personal…it makes it a little weird. I think, can I say that? But I’ve learned that other people have gone through those same things and its cool to see how people relate to it. Your upcoming album has a bold title [I Am Jaida Dreyer]. So, what can we expect the project as a whole? You know I wanted to make a record that sounded nostalgic but also modern. I wrote or co-wrote everything on it, and I feel like its a good representation of who I am and where I am in my life. It’s a labor of love. A lot of blood sweat and tears went to this baby. Literally! [laughs] Are there any particular artists that you grew up listening to that inspire you? Kris Kristofferson, Steve Earl, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton – listening wise. Then when I moved to Nashville some really cool artists embraced me and kind of took me Continue reading Jaida Dreyer Talks Debut Album, Songwriting and More→
Jaida Dreyer Releases New Single Half Broke Horses to Country Radio. Jaida Dreyer has released a new single to country radio title “Half Broke Horses.” The combination of a bittersweet story and Jaida’s beautiful voice with just the right amount of twang is sure to make this song stick with country listeners. Dreyer admits that the lyrics come from a very personal place, and that honesty just makes the new track that much stronger. “I’m not afraid to say this part of my life is difficult for me to write about, but I felt I had to be honest with both myself and the listener. If I left that hole out, it would take away from the legitimacy of the record. We all experience loss throughout our lives in different ways and this song allows the audience into a piece of my past that shaped my life forever.” -Jaida Dreyer The new single is featured on Dreyer’s upcoming album, I Am Jaida Dreyer. Listen to the new song now, and be sure to follow Jaida on Twitter!
Watch: Jaida Dreyer “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus“! I am absolutely loving this new version of Christmas classic “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” from Jaida Dreyer! The quirky Christmas songs are always my favorite, and Jaida packs in plenty of twang (think Patsy Cline style) to give it that country twist! Take a listen to it below…I think you’re gonna like it! Wath Jaida Dreyer’s “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” Now! Country Chat: What’s your favorite country Christmas tune?